Release Date - 28th June 2019
Food Music is massively privileged to officially bring you Xpansions “Move Your Body”, as the next instalment of Shadow Child’s ‘Curated by’ series. With all manner of DJs reaching for the original 1990 hit still to this day, we’ve remastered it exclusively to vinyl and brought you fully official reworks from today’s elite.
Using original salvaged parts from the Xpansions vaults, we have remixes from Krystal Klear, Rebūke, and Loods who all bring a fresh take as we enter summer 2019. Krystal Klear heads up the mix package, taking us into electronic bliss with his sublimely fresh synth stabs and a huge breakdown that will tease all your senses.
Rebūke’s massive techno twister is set for the big rooms too, with a new riff following the bassline melody, trippy vocal production, rolling percussion and his trademark crescendo’s. Finally, Loods takes us on a retro house tip with pulsating hi-hats and a new take on the melody with bumping bassline’s and energy.
a1. Move Your Body (Elevate) (Krystal Klear Remix)
a2. Move Your Body (Elevate) (Original Club Mix)
b1. Move Your Body (Elevate) (Loods Remix)
b2. Move Your Body (Elevate) (Rebūke Remix)
Release Date - 2nd August 2019
Food celebrate their 50th release by bringing you 3 new remixes of SL2’s classic, ‘DJs Take Control’. Aside from a Remastered original (exclusively cut to vinyl), we bring you 3 new takes on one of the most infectious Breakbeat-Rave tracks from 1991.
DJ Boring takes you to another world with his stunning left-of-centre breakbeat excursion while Shadow Child provides a hypnotic-dreamy 4 to the floor workout. Slipmatt & Sooney’s 2018 update pushes all the peak-time House buttons, finishing off a remix package we’re proud to be involved in.
“When Rave-hero Slipmatt approaches you with an update of one of your favourite tracks, you sit up and listen. You then work out that you can celebrate the 50th release on your own label in the most apt way possible, by returning to your roots!” - Shadow Child.
a1. DJs Take Control - Shadowchild Remix
a2. DJs Take Control - 2018 Remaster
b1. DJs Take Control -Sooney & Slipmatt 2018 Remix
b2. DJs Take Control - DJ Boring Remix
Release Date - 28th June 2019
After releasing their sublime ‘Tell Ya Something’ with us, Mak & Pasteman will be calling it a day to focus on personal projects and what a way to sign off. This looped up disco thumper tops the tree when it comes to the right vibe and production.
a1. Tell Ya Something (Extended Mix)
Available: 28th Februrary 2022
“Sticking to the galactic theme of his ‘Apollo’ series, ‘Neptune’ sees Shadow Child deliver a Techno-touched cut steeped in nostalgia. With classic-sounding synths wreaking havoc over a rumbling bassline, this track is a peak-time floor-thriller of planetary proportions.
Reimagining the 1997 offering of Belgian pair Hand’s Burn, Shadow Child turns ‘Good Shot’ into a track that resonates with his theme of worlds beyond. Helmed by an authentic bassline that synergizes perfectly with the perpetual arpeggios and cosmic chords, ‘Good Shot (Mercury)’ has fans throwing their hands to the stars from start to finish.”
B. Good Shot (Mercury)
Release Date 2nd August 2019
We’re absolutely stoked that Zero B’s ‘Lock Up’ is the next instalment in Shadow Child’s ‘Curated by’ series on Food Music ..with a remaster exclusively cut to vinyl and a huge remix package in tow from the likes of Red Rack’em, Kiwi, 2 Bad Mice and more. This one is truly alive everywhere still and all these years later, these new mixes are set to take it as far as Lock Up has ever been before.
Red Rack’em takes his huge, unique wonky approach to a new high with atmospheric synths & breakbeats wrapping around that incredible Bassline. Movin Shadow dons 2 Bad Mice join the party taking us on a massive breakbeat excursion which compliments the original.. new Amen breaks, samples and Bassline’s here! Jerome Hill gets even more ravey with 4 to the floor breaks and new stabs perfectly woven with Lock Up’s familiar vibe. Lady Blacktronika takes us to the Berghain at 5am with a sublime dark techno stormer, whilst Kiwi’s rework is passionately put together paying full respect to the original arrangement. Finally, Nexrotype is unapologetically brutal with the Amens and original euphoric pads, providing us with an epic Jungle workout that would even stun the Aphex Twin.
a1. Lock Up (2019 Remaster)
b1. Lock Up (2 Bad Mice Remix)
b2. Lock Up (Lady Blacktronika Remix)
c1. Lock Up (Red Rack'em Remix)
c2. Lock Up (Jerome Hill Remix)
d1. Lock Up (Kiwi Rework)
d2. Lock Up (Necrotype Remix)